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2. Quote

3. History

4. Works

5. El Salvador

6. Map

7. Importance

8. Some facts

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10. Kahoot

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Just One World.

- Gaudium et Spes

A brief history

As the official Catholic aid agency for England and Wales, CAFOD was born when volunteer members of the National Board of Catholic Women organised the first Family Fast Day on Friday, March 11, 1960, to raise money to help a mother and baby health centre in the Caribbean

They raised over £6,000 (£96,000 in today's money).


What does CAFOD do?

Long term Developmet...


Work in the UK...


Short term relief...


Helping people to help themselves.

- Tackle the source of the problem

- Provide a solution that lasts


- Working with volunteers

- Speaking to schools

- Provide training for teachers


- Putting pressure on MPs and businesses

- Used to raise awareness (mining)


- Organising fast days at Lent and Harvest

Among other things

Essentially disaster relief, responding to emergencies.

- Proving the essentials


Meet Isabelle and Diego in El Salvador...

CAFOD's work in El Salvador


CAFOD - World

CAFOD works with some of the most hard-to-reach communities across Africa, Asia, Latin America and the Middle East, helping the poorest and most marginalised people.

You are not making a gift of what is yours to the poor man, but you are giving him back what is his … The earth belongs to everyone, not to the rich.

- Pope Paul VI Populorum Progressio (1967)

Why is CAFOD important?

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Fun Facts


CAFOD has around 400 members of staff in the UK and overseas.

Over 500 partners in over 40 countries

2010 - 2011, £55 million spent to help people around the world

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